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Nine years after his last Spanish tour, Alice Cooper returns to Madrid. The legendary hard rock and metal singer brings a great live show accompanied by several other musicians as a part of his Ol Black Eyes Is Back tour.
Born in Detroit and considered the creator of shock rock, Vincent Damon Fournier, better known as Alice Cooper, has had a successful rock career spanning more than five decades. The American singer has performed great hits in his career, ever since he released his Pretties For You in 1969 up to the acclaimed Killer, School’s Out, Billion Dollar Babies, I’m Eighteen and Poison.
His last release, Paranormal, from 2017, is his 27th album in a stellar career that brought him a place in the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2011. It is an album that includes collaborations with several old Alice Cooper band members.
In 2012, the singer had a part in the film Dark Shadows, directed by Tim Burton, where he preformed two of his most famous songs No More Mr. Nice Guy and Ballad of Dwight Fry. It is a film starring Johnny Depp with whom Alice Cooper has been working on a project Hollywood Vampires since 2015. It is a rock band that honors the music of the rock stars who died from excess in the 1970s comprising Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and the guitarist Joe Perry.
The man (and the band) who first brought shock rock to the masses, Alice Cooper became one of the most successful and influential acts of the '70s with their gritty but anthemic hard rock and a live show that delivered a rock & roll chamber of horrors, thrilling fans and cultivating outrage from authority figures (which made the fans love them all the more). His live shows are legendary, so make sure you catch him on his latest tour Ol Black Eyes Is Back.